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02.20.18Science Highlight

Two for the Price of One: Towards Quantum Entanglement with a Single Nanoplate

Control over light-emitting properties of tiny semiconductor platelets may yield new opportunities for innovative optics utilizing quantum phenomena. Read More »

Photosynthesis without Cells: Turning Light into Fuel11.24.17Science Highlight

Photosynthesis without Cells: Turning Light into Fuel

An entirely human-made architecture produces hydrogen fuel using light, shows promise for transmitting energy in numerous applications. Read More »

06.23.17Science Highlight

Magnetic Curve Balls

A twisted array of atomic magnets were driven to move in a curved path, a needed level of control for use in future memory devices. Read More »

06.07.17Science Highlight

Nothing Boring about the Thinnest Boron Ever

Researchers made a sheet of boron only one atom thick with the potential to change solar panels, computers, and more. Read More »

05.30.17Science Highlight

Reusable Sponge for Mitigating Oil Spills

Oleo Sponge could make oil spill cleanup more efficient. Read More »

11.30.16Science Highlight

Giving Friction the Slip with New Carbon Films

Self-healing diamond-like carbon coating could revolutionize lubrication.

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11.29.16Science Highlight

Magnetic Discovery Could Be Tip of the “Ice”berg

A material with unprecedented control of magnetic states may have implications for new technologies.

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Making a One-Way Street for Electricity 08.04.16Science Highlight

Making a One-Way Street for Electricity

Scientists show how a buckyball buffer helps conduct electricity in only one direction, vital for molecule-sized circuits.

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Quantum Computing07.20.16Science Highlight

New Device Steps Us Towards Quantum Computing

Researchers trapped and detected ensembles of electrons, an important step in isolating single electrons for use in a new generation of low-power supercomputing. Read More »

Progressively magnified images of graphene nanoribbons grown on germanium semiconductor wafers.06.07.16Science Highlight

Growing Graphene Ribbons in One Direction

New method to fabricate graphene nanoribbon arrays on semiconductor wafers turns semimetal into semiconductor. Read More »

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